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Trump has abdicated moral leadership on what should be core issues for America

- Eugene Robinson WASHINGTON — When the United States does not stand up for human rights and freedom of expression, there are tragic consequences. The apparent torture and murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi is one of them. From the beginning, President Trum

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Arizona voters can save their judiciary from its spiral into politics

- George F. Will WASHINGTON — This year’s election that most implicates fundamental issues of American governance will not fill a legislative or executive office. And its importance is not primarily that it will either repudiate or reward dishonesty and

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Daily Scripture

Wise Words

What you do speaks so loud that I cannot hear what you say.-- Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Debate over Warren's identity lacks Native voices

With the controversy of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s claims to be part Native American still swirling through the political atmosphere, it is important that we hear the voices of actual Native Americans. They’re not too thrilled. Native American groups say t

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Here's a reality check: Your child probably won't get a full ride to college

- Michelle Singletary As the deadlines for early college admission get closer, many parents dream of big scholarships for their star athletes or academically gifted students. They argue that they didn’t need to save. Instead, they shuttled – or dragged

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A resident's thanks

Dave Scott (Scotty) was a special person to so many. While I miss him terribly, I could not have asked for a better send-off than what was provided for my dear husband. The community came together in a way I never could have imagined. Thank you all so much for the

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Hard truth is things aren't so bad

For all the anger and misery echoing around social media and bleeding into the streets and restaurants where Republicans try to eat in peace, things have in many ways never been so good. At least in the material sense. Truth is civilization has been whipping povert

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Secure loaded weapons

In neighboring Grant County this week a three-year-old boy found a loaded gun in his home and shot his two-year brother. The two-year-old will survive and apparently be all right after suffering a wound to his shoulder. It was a shocking reminder of how danger

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Cocktails in the Kanye-Trump asylum

- Kathleen Parker Amid hurricanes, a vanished journalist, the recent Supreme Court hearings, midterms and “mobs,” it is little wonder that Americans are drinking more than ever. Factually, this is so. More than 70 percent of Americans imbibe each year,

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What should happened to deputy AG who discussed bugging Trump?

- Byron York Not long after a 2017 meeting in which Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein reportedly discussed wearing a wire to secretly record conversations with President Trump, two top officials in the meeting, FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and bureau lawy

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Daily Scripture

Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance –  Romans 5:3 NIV

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Wise Words

There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so – William Shakespeare

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Winter is coming

With temperatures not expected to break the 60-degree mark, this week is showing the first sure signs of impending cool and cold weather for the year. With the entrance of colder weather, homeowners and inhabitants of residences should being thinking about ways to

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